Hell Yeah! let them teach him some lessons!
Heck no! he just wants to play for the NT..it's his right!
At least Atty. Salud is being honest with the revenues and the FIBA participation results thing.
It will be like the movie Saving Private Ryan where the US Invading Forces in Europe assembled a squad of Army Rangers Special Forces to pull out another comrade (Airborne Trooper whose brothers are all killed in the war), with the members of the squad questioning the sense of the mission of saving 1 guy while risking the lives of the whole squad.
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Yan, coming directly from the horse's mouth.Salud said “lets support that one (development pool) of (Rajko) Toroman. If they play FIBA rules all the way, they will not be tainted by the habits and ways of PBA players and we have a better chance there.”
On the banning of players .... I remember BJ Manalo was drafted in the 2005 PBA Rookie Draft by Purefoods as #13 overall. He was offered a contract that was lower than what he previosly earned in his PBL team so he rejected it. Despite a "colorful" High School and College career, Manalo was not able to play in the PBA, so does anyone here know if it was a PBA ban or was it a personal choice? During the time of the contract negotiations BJ even played for Purefoods in it's Pre-season games. From what I heard, Benedict Manalo Jr. is now a Christian Pastor.
LABAN KUNG LABAN! KAYA NATIN PILIPINAS!
Mabuhay ang TEAM PILIPINAS !!!!
NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE!
THE DREAM LIVES ON !!!!
Yes, Manalo sat out and was never signed because of salary issues but thats about it. There as never a ban which I know of publicly but I guess he was so disillusioned and then found a higher calling and became a Christian Pastor.
I guess it wasn't such a big deal for the PBA since Manalo is not a high profile player like Aguilar.